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# Stephen Donnelly

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NIAC has advised that Covid-19 vaccines can be mixed in some cases, Donnelly says
Health Minister says he is 'committed' to bringing in safe access zones around health facilities
HSE staff who worked during pandemic should get bonus, Donnelly says
People born between 1965 and 1985 should be tested for Hepatitis C, Hiqa recommends
'Something has to give': INMO asks Health Minister to intervene at overcrowded Limerick hospital
Unsolicited calls to Holohan and Glynn are 'appalling', says Donnelly
'We don’t know how bad it’s going to get': Additional ICU surge capacity being built up, says Donnelly
Four maternity units not allowing partners attend emergency pregnancy cases
Health minister comes under cross-party pressure to reveal St Vincent's abortion figures
Health Minister to meet couple who settled wrongful termination case
Half of adult population will be fully vaccinated by end of today, Donnelly says
'It's crazy': Pharmacists say phones ringing constantly after Janssen jab announcement
NPHET member says team 'not there to be popular' as Donnelly criticises 'online vitriol'
Expert group to assess rollout of rapid antigen tests in 'various sectors'
Donnelly defends potential for unvaccinated people to work in indoor dining, but not be able to avail of it
Couple who settled High Court actions in wrongful termination case want meeting with Health Minister
Tánaiste says 'final call' on further reopening on 5 July can’t be made until next week
'Two fingers to the Irish people': Taoiseach urged to nationalise entire St Vincent's campus if healthcare group refuses to budge on ownership
No plans to delay 5 July reopening as Cabinet discusses Delta variant
Large numbers will need vaccine booster shots later this year and into next year, Cabinet hears
Canada removed from Mandatory Hotel Quarantine list, hospitalisations continue to fall
Ireland to send ventilators and defibrillators to help Nepal fight Covid-19
Minister for Health receives first Covid-19 vaccine dose
Menopause workplace policy for businesses to be developed, says health minister
Pharmacists to start administering Covid-19 vaccines
Target to vaccinate 82% of adults by end of June 'likely to be missed by a few weeks'
Minister told government will not continue to receive 'a blank cheque' for their Covid response
NPHET's view is the trajectory is positive towards the easing of restrictions, says health minister
Opposition parties say pushing out Covid-19 emergency powers to November is a step too far
North's political leaders to contact Taoiseach over lack of engagement on Covid-19
Six more states removed from Mandatory Hotel Quarantine list
Initial results 'positive' in testing decryption tool to unlock data, Health Minister says
Patient data from HSE hack has appeared on the dark net, Minister confirms
HSE ransomware attack: 'Is it possible that sensitive information has been downloaded? Unfortunately, yes'
Government to extend emergency Covid-19 powers until November
HSE updating guidance to make clear partners can be present 'right throughout labour and birth'
'I'm frustrated with the lack of progress': Donnelly says 19 maternity units are being contacted about restrictions
Vaccines: Pharmacists 'frustrated' with slow involvement, while NIAC Johnson & Johnson advice reported
Ireland to send 700 oxygen concentrators to India to battle Covid crisis
Ambulance capacity to double as part of 'dedicated system' to vaccinate people who are housebound